Enter:Selected Poems 1999-2001

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ENTER is a collection of powerfully personal poetry, highly crafted, yet boldly direct.

"That someone could literally "hemorrhage" words onto paper like a raped jugular vein...as I read, I paused to wonder just how, if he kept one, his diary would read. Then I realized, these treasures ARE his diary. Invading his privacy is delicious and raw with life." -- Alex Salisbury

"Wondrous, pithy, trenchant." -- Stephen Goldman

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Overview

ENTER is a collection of powerfully personal poetry, highly crafted, yet boldly direct.

"That someone could literally "hemorrhage" words onto paper like a raped jugular vein...as I read, I paused to wonder just how, if he kept one, his diary would read. Then I realized, these treasures ARE his diary. Invading his privacy is delicious and raw with life." -- Alex Salisbury

"Wondrous, pithy, trenchant." -- Stephen Goldman

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780595222087
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 4/24/2002
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 116
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.28 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 10, 2002

    Real life-all emotions-1 book!!!!

    Mr. Campbell also known as 'the Poet Guru of the San Gabriel Valley' has demonstrated how each moment of our lives can be, not only worth living, but worth writing about. From french fries to sex to 'Yes' music is a vast reach, Campbell goes to the limits and dances across sometimes on a child's bike, at others it's a Lambada on a trip up north. His insight into fear, multiculturalism and poetry itself are wide ranging. Well worth a second or even third read!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 11, 2002

    Review: Enter

    I have a stack of contemporary poetry books by my bed, many of them partially read, book-marked at a favorite poem. Campbell¿s book, Enter, is the only one I read from cover to cover in two evenings. Then I went back and read a few again. His poetry is addictive like popcorn. More than that: it is like sitting down with a bucket of popcorn to watch a movie with your family. His poetry ranges in emotion from clever to poignant, yet there is a thread running throughout of unvarnished joy in everyday existence. This is a work by that most rare of creatures: a poet in command of language and wit who is contented with his life. Get the book, pop some popcorn and enjoy........

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